>> I'm happy to run some benchmarks to show the improvements with
>> NUM_BUFFER_PARTITIONS settings. However, I want to make sure that
>> is going to be useful. I can run 16 (base), 32, 64, 128 etc. type
>> increments, but I'm more concerned about the number of cores to use.
>> you have a suggestion for that? I can run with 1 to 32 cores. I had
>> planned to run a number of tests at 8 cores, but I can adjust to what
?> makes sense for the community.
>Presumably the answers will be different.  I'd sort of like to see
>several different curves for different numbers of processors, so we
>can evaluate reasonably fairly.
>                       regards, tom lane


Correct. This is a scalability patch rather than a performance patch,
although each aspect is related. I would expect the gain to be better as
more cores and users are added.

I can run some tests along the following lines:

1. NUM_BUFFER_PARITIONS sizes for 16, 32, 64, 128, 256, 512, 1024, 2048.

2. Cores set at 1, 2, 4, 8, 16, 24 and 32.

Does anyone have any comments or suggestions?


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